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    Corsair One a100

    Corsair gets on board with AMD Ryzen.
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    Re: Corsair One a100

    The Corsair A series is one of the few prebuilts I have wanted in recent years...might need a lottery win though!

    Edit!!

    Also now people know,that a SFX 600W PSU is enough for a Ryzen 9 3950X and an RTX2080TI.


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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Weird mix of results. 5-10% quicker than the PCSpecialist 3950x/2080S build at 1080p in everything except Far Cry, where it's 8% slower?

    Is the CPU just thermal throttling or is it set to a lower PPT, Eco mode or whatever?

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Also now people know,that a SFX 600W PSU is enough for a Ryzen 9 3950X and an RTX2080TI.
    Why would they do that? You'd think they'd install a 750W, if only to protect sales of their high end SFF PSU.
    Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes; after that, who cares?! He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!


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    Re: Corsair One a100

    3 grand and not even a SUPER? Hell no.

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Bad timing on this.

    I bet we're only 6-8mths away from Corsair releasing a new Intel powered one with a 3080/90Ti in it.

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    Why would they do that? You'd think they'd install a 750W, if only to protect sales of their high end SFF PSU.
    They had an SF400 400W PSU in an earlier version powering a Core i7 7700K and a GTX1080. This is why I got an SF450 myself.


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    Re: Corsair One a100

    amd is awesome

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    3 grand and not even a SUPER? Hell no.
    So expensive... I feel like if someone really needed that much power, especially a thread ripper, getting it in a slightly larger form factor would be a small price to pay to get so much more.

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Gold rated PSU in a system that pricey is odd, given they have a SFF platinum model available. Also, had they gone for B550 they could have saved a bit and had 2.5Gbe networking

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    The Corsair A series is one of the few prebuilts I have wanted in recent years...might need a lottery win though!

    Edit!!

    Also now people know,that a SFX 600W PSU is enough for a Ryzen 9 3950X and an RTX2080TI.
    The low power of some of these CPUs is really tempting me to build that portable ITX rig I've wanted to build forever. Must... resist.

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    The premium they charge for managing to fit it into this form factor is insane, these parts can't be more than like 70% of the retail price separately, probably costs them even less.

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    I don`t like AMD ryzen(

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    Re: Corsair One a100

    I wish Corsair would release this as just a case. Its so well designed makes my Phanteks Evolv look oversized in comparison.

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